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Olympian Effort

After a rewarding first day of competition at Princeton University, members of the Pennsylvania delegation at the 2014 Special Olympics USA Games wait for the bus that will take them…

Two PHS Students Among 21 Graduating From Princeton University Prep Program

The Princeton University Preparatory Program (PUPP) celebrated the achievements of its tenth graduating class at a ceremony at the Princeton University Friend Center last week. Princeton University President Christopher L.…

Supporting Parkinson Research

Steve Carney and Gisela Kempkes of McCaffrey’s Princeton, which donates funds to many charitable causes, recently presented a donation of $4,714 to Carol Walton, the chief executive officer of The…

Princeton Ridge Coalition Has Concerns About Contractor for Pipeline Project

Changes submitted to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) last week by Williams/Transco, the company hoping to construct a 42-inch-diameter gas pipeline on the Princeton Ridge, are an improvement on…

IAS Housing Plans Go Before Princeton Planning Board, Again

The Institute for Advanced Study unveiled its amended plan for faculty housing to members of the press yesterday. The plans will be reviewed by the Princeton Planning Board next Thursday,…

After Photo Finish Primary, Time to “Move On”

Two days after a primary election that was too close to call, Council member Jo Butler was declared the winner of the race for one of two available seats on…

Teachers’ Union Criticizes Board’s Fund-It-Yourself Plan

Negotiations that began in April between the Princeton Public Schools (PPS), Board of Education (BOE), and representatives of the Princeton Regional Education Association (PREA) continued yesterday, June 10, after Town…

An Upswing in Tourism Numbers For the Fourth Year in a Row

Tourism in the Princeton region is on the rise, according to a study announced Monday by the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce. “The Economic Impact of Tourism in the Princeton…

On The Other Side Of Winter

After a winter like the one Princeton endured, people wasted no time taking advantage of the Community Park Pool, which opened for weekends on May 24. Admission fees: resident adult…

Library Staffers Reveal Roles in Alternative Music Scene, Recall Trenton’s City Gardens

At the Princeton Public Library Sunday, Library staffers shared glimpses of past lives immersed in the independent music scene of the 1980s and 1990s. Think punk, mod, new wave, post-punk,…